Expert opinion

Dr  David Burchell

Labor’s Leadership Carnival: Greatest Show on Earth for ALP

The ALP leadership ballot process has arguably been good for the Party’s morale despite the prospect of a divided party electorate.

Steven Freeland new

Increasing use of outer space raises new legal issues

Even if we don’t think about it every day, space technology has a big impact on our lives. These activities become ever more divergent as technology develops.

Professor Michael Adams

Leighton Holdings allegations goes to heart of corporate reputation, says expert

Corporate governance expert Professor Michael Adams says there is the risk of reputational damage for Leighton Holdings and the broader national investment landscape.

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Australia's loss of sporting mojo has shaken its national identity

Sport is integral to the Australian psyche, and lacklustre results in marquee events such as the Ashes, the Lions tour and the Olympic Games have shaken the nation’s sense of national identity.

James Arvanitakis

Greenway, or the place which Jaymes Diaz is trying to represent

The ultra-marginal seat of Greenway in Sydney’s western suburbs has recently drawn international scrutiny after the embarrassing media performance of the Liberal candidate Jaymes Diaz.

David Rowe New

Mixing politics and play: Russian protests and sporting boycotts

The mantra that “sport and politics don’t mix” was always false and misleading, but in the age of Twitter it’s absurd.

Shanthi Robertson

Precinct or enclave? Socio-economic change in Melbourne’s super-diverse north.

What is it like to live in the super-diverse inner suburbs of Melbourne, Australia's immigration gateway and ‘most liveable’ city?

Baby twins

Why new mothers need more support after giving birth

New research suggests mothers may need support from integrated health and community services for the first year of their child’s life.

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